Ubisoft has released its full year sales and earnings figures for the 2017-18 period, providing us with a breakdown of how the company's games performed across various platforms and regions.

A chart showing the difference in sales between rival platforms shows that the Switch accounted for just 7%, with PS4 leading the charge on a strong 42%. Of course, Switch has seen the likes of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Just Dance 2018 (a series that tends to do well on Nintendo platforms), but has missed out on heavy-hitters such as Far Cry 5 and Assassin's Creed Origins.

Elsewhere, a second chart showing sales by region shows a relative consistency from last year to this. North American-based sales have remained at 47% for the second year running, with Europe marginally dropping from 38% to 37% of the total sum.

It will be interesting to see what Ubisoft brings to the table at E3 next month, and with the success of Mario + Rabbids and its ongoing support through DLC, we'd hope to see the studio show some more love for Nintendo's hybrid.

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